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Nick Kelly
How do you achieve this effect?
on Oct 22, 2010 at 12:18:27 am

I'm trying to figure out how to achieve the, I guess transition or filter effect at :53 seconds of this video:







I have been trying to figure it out for days and I would appreciate it if someone can point me in the right direction.

Thanks!


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Sohrab Sandhu
Re: How do you achieve this effect?
on Oct 22, 2010 at 3:15:23 am

This seems to be some kind of plug-in.

However you can use the lens flare effect in the video filters option of FCP. You can then create three keyframe points between 2 clips ex. one with 25% flare, one with 100% and one with 25% again. It will pretty much give you the same kind of effect.

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Tony Brittan
Re: How do you achieve this effect?
on Oct 22, 2010 at 5:18:47 am

It's called film burn, light leak, and or film clutter. You buy them from places like artbeats then put em on track two (or other track above your video) and them play with position over your cut and use a composite mode to add em. That's the short version...I'm typing on an iPhone. Google or search these forums for "film burn effect tutorial".

Tony Brittan
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Owner - Island Shore Productions


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Rafael Amador
Re: How do you achieve this effect?
on Oct 22, 2010 at 7:54:57 am

Right: Light leak.
There are some tutorials that you will find googeling.
rafael

http://www.nagavideo.com


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Dave LaRonde
Re: How do you achieve this effect? With effects software, and you've probably got it.
on Oct 22, 2010 at 3:24:51 pm

Got Motion in your version of Final Cut Suite?

Open Motion up, and start playing around the wealth of effects you'll find hiding within. Learn about the interplay of layers, and the freedom of far more sophisticated masking abilities.

You'll soon learn why Apple bundles Motion with FCP.

FCP's an editing application that has mere delusions of being able to do effects work, and desperately needs the help of an application built for the purpose... like Motion.

Dave LaRonde
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Tony Brittan
Re: How do you achieve this effect? With effects software, and you've probably got it.
on Oct 22, 2010 at 3:32:43 pm

Dave is absolutely right! Motion and it After Effects are your friends!

Tony Brittan
Apple Certified Pro - FCP
Owner - Island Shore Productions


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Brian Pitt
Re: How do you achieve this effect?
on Oct 22, 2010 at 4:09:41 pm

There are a few free ones here:

http://www.digitalcinemafoundry.com/2010/02/19/free-film-burns-exclusively-...

Place one of them above your video and change the composite mode. Screen usually ends up looking nice.

Brian


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Tony Brittan
Re: How do you achieve this effect?
on Oct 22, 2010 at 4:16:35 pm

Brian - those are awesome! Free and in Prores as well. Nice share.

Tony Brittan
Apple Certified Pro - FCP
Owner - Island Shore Productions


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Miodrag Ristic
Re: How do you achieve this effect?
on Oct 24, 2010 at 12:28:35 pm

It's from Luca FX.

http://www.digitalvideovault.com.au


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